Denied basic rights but required to fight for our country, this underdog story written by Trey Ellis and Ricardo Khan tells the story of the first African-American Army Air Corp fighters known as the Tuskegee Airmen. Follow the story of four black servicemen as they fight for our country while trying to bond as a team.
Based on true events, Fly will have you experiencing the trials and tribulations of war and brotherhood through tap dancing and spoken word. You will see and hear the men’s inner conflicts and triumphs through “Tap Griot”, Omer Edwards, in a way that cannot be felt through words alone. Experience the magnitude and feel the struggle of our past in the intimate setting of theREP.
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|Suggested Parking Location||Quackenbush Garage|
|Parking Duration||5:00 PM To Midnight|
|Payment Method||On Exit|